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12/24/50 ! = 60+ just got done being treated for Prostate Cancer and had a good 3mo check up ! all's on track ..PSA falling..I love technology..sometimes. As a side note I built part of the Loma Linda medical accelerator years ago. The safety system. My job is to build and maintain safety systems that keep people out of radiation areas. For 9 weeks I left work for a long lunch to set in a proton beam that was each day 120 times more potent that we can get in 1 year. Life is strange some times.
Bike Commuter all year long for last 13 yr
lots of bikes
Tig/stick/plasma hobby welder
ok I guess I should jump in. My birthday is 7/21/49, so I will be 62 in a few days and I still play with bikes. Like XC204 I was treated for prostate cancer, had it removed at the end of Dec. , with robotic surgery. It slowed down my bike riding for a while but I'am back in the saddle again. All you young pups should take a listen to us old dogs. Rember, you don't quit playing because you got old, you got old because you quit playing (riding, building bikes)
In His service
Gosh, when I joined I figured I'd be the oldest on here at 50. Feel like a young pup after reading this thread even if my body feels like it belongs to a fat old man.
Projects: 15' Sears Chief, 27' Stutz, & 30' Columbia
Riders: 30' Hartford , 50's Girardengo, & 61' Huffy Eldorado
I didn't reply to the thread at first because I thought I was not in the running, but at 72 ( I was born in 1938) I may throw my hat in the ring. I still enjoy my bikes as much as I used to, but I have noticed my rides are shorter than they used to be. Still having too much fun in retirement.
I've been curious about this for a while. I'm a young at heart 66 and a bit Grumpy at times. Bikes, family and gardens help keep me going. Think I saw a 72 listed so I'm a youngster I guess.
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I'm 21 with almost 6 years of experience.
It doesn't matter what I paid for it, it matters what it's WORTH. I never buy anything I will regret KEEPING.
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